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Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta introduces us to Max Aaron, who, despite a dislike of the cold, grew up on an ice rink. As a child, he aspired to play in the NHL. But that changed when he broke his back. Less than a year later, he got back on the ice in figure skates.
Research shows some students are doing more than three hours of homework a night -- and that all that pressure can make them sick.
CNN's Carl Azuz looks at the importance of having good posture and highlights some of our common mistakes.
A man in Canada who was suspected of having Ebola has tested negative for viral hemorrhagic fevers, according to a spokesman for the World Health Organization.
It seems like everyone is talking about the dangers of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) these days. But what are GMOs exactly?
There's not enough time. That was the excuse I used for 19 years. Now I know there's enough time. I just have to make time.
From Cambodia comes a stark warning: Malaria is becoming resistant to medication. At a remote border outpost, scientists are making a last stand against the disease.
Doctors are examining a man who traveled from Liberia and is exhibiting symptoms consistent with viral hemorrhagic fevers.
An estimated 7 million people died due to air pollution globally in 2012, with more than half of the deaths linked to indoor smoke from cook stoves, according to a report by the World Health Organization.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States -- a respectable reason to show your heart some love and attention. To keep your ticker in tip-top shape, add these best foods to your daily health routine -- and kick the worst to the curb.
An outbreak of mumps, first reported at The Ohio State University, has spread beyond campus and into the community, health officials said.
Today, the biggest risk for tuberculosis is not HIV/AIDS, which led to a surge in cases in the late 1980s, but diabetes.
Misty Shaffer lost more than 100 pounds before her Army specialist husband returned from his overseas deployment.
Since February 49 people have gotten sick and 29 have died from an unidentified illness characterized by fever, diarrhea and vomiting in Guinea, according to the West African nation's minister of health, Remy Lamah.